For months now, Americans have had to endure the specter of anti-Trump “protesters” and their violent shenanigans at Trump events.
Apparently, because Trump represents a perceived (by them, anyway) threat to American democracy, they’re willing to engage in actual threats to American democracy — things like mob violence, voter intimidation and the rule of force rather than law.
Sadly, this orgy of quasi-political violence has shown no sign of abating. However, there is one group taking a stand against the angry mob: the Lion Guard.
Who are the Lion Guard? The biker group described themselves on its website as “(a)n informal civilian group dedicated to the safety and security of #Trump supporters by exposing Far-Left rioters.”
Their motto: “Better to be a lion for a day, than a lamb for eternity.”
Back in March, the Lion Guard took its first stand in Arizona against the anti-Trump menace in response to plans to disrupt a rally.
“It has been brought to the attention of the Lion Guard that saboteurs are plotting on (F)acebook to attack Trump’s Arizona rally this Saturday,” the group’s message read.
“These braggarts are openly talking about infiltrating the rally and causing another cancellation. As MAGA (Make American Great Again) patriots, we cannot allow this to happen. The time has come for all MAGA patriots to do everything in their power to prevent these brigands from causing any confrontation inside the rally.
“The Lion Guard needs all hands on deck to facilitate a safe and positive rally in Arizona this Saturday,” it concluded. “Will you answer the call?”
The group planned to do it again Saturday in Phoenix, according to KTAR-TV. Protesters were expected to gather outside of the venue where Trump was to speak.
“We’re going to stand between them and any protesters that come onto the property and hopefully protect them from any bodily harm, should it get to that point,” Cindy Perrin with the Arizona chapter of Lion Guard said.
Perrin says that she and the group will be wearing American flag bandanas (natch) so that they’re easy to identify if the thugs get out of hand.
“If they have any problems, they’ll be able to locate us and ask us for help,” Perrin said.
Bravo, Lion Guard. We support you fully.
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